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Plot: Agnes, taken for granted as a suburban mother, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world - where her life unfolds in ways she could never have imagined. Runtime: 103 min Release Date: 07 Sep 2018
The first of films to come that garner early Awards recognition (by ccorral419)
Director Marc Turtletaub knows that a good story written here by Oren Overman "The Dinner" and original story by Natalie Smirnoff , featuring poignant and honest acting by Kelly Macdonald "Agnes" and Irrfan Khan "Robert" , guided by a terrific sound track Dustin O'Halloran can cement a movie in one's memory. He's proved this with "Little Miss Sunshine" and "Loving," and does again here with "Puzzle". Agnes, a reserved housewife whom her family knows but doesn't recognize, passes her day doing puzzles. When she <more>
reluctantly answers a "Partner Wanted" ad posted by Robert, she begins a growth of unexpected self awareness. While this film will take you into the little know fast paced world of Puzzle competition, the film moves deliberately slowly giving the characters and the audience the opportunity to become invested in the storyline and the pending consequences. Macdonald "Boardwalk Empire" is a pro at championing the beaten down character, and Khan continues to prove you don't have to go big to be powerful. When those two aren't eating up the screen, Agnes' husband David Denman "Parenthood" TV , and their two sons Austin Abrams "The American's" TV and Bubba Weiler "The Ranger" show that family, as well as the individual, equally hold the blame when things go askew. "Puzzle" may be the first of the films to come that garner early Awards recognition, so don't miss this one.
Kelly Macdonald is Astounding in This Powerhouse of a Movie (by larrys3)
A powerhouse of a movie, led by the astounding nuanced performance of Kelly Macdonald. She portrays Agnes, a very introverted homemaker in a lifeless marriage, but who has a passion and genius for jigsaw puzzles.Irrfan Khan is also exceptional in the role of Robert, who advertises for a jigsaw puzzle partner for an upcoming competition, and to which Agnes replies. The two will not only work well together on the puzzles, but will teach each other some valuable life's lessons as well.David Denman is also totally believable here as Louie, Agnes' rather selfish lunkhead of a husband. I <more>
just thought the acting, direction, and writing in this film was spot on.Overall, just an outstanding drama laced with humor and led by Macdonald's superb performance.
It is one of the best movies of the year. Kelly McDonald should get a nomination and the rest of the cast specially Irrfan Khan are a pleasure to watch. I wish they were more movies like that!!!
One of the most underrated movies of this year (by varun-25071997)
Kelly McDonald gives an Oscar worthy performance of a middle class homely mom. The film is captivates you from the first shot till the end and the score is just perfectly suited. This movie should have been given a wide release, it's one of the best movies of the year and will be a cult favorite after a few years. Marc Turtletaub has directed a fine debut feature. The only drawback was that Irrfan Khan wasn't at his usual best and his character isn't written properly.
UNDERSTATED BEAUTY... (by CerridwenHawk)
This was an understated beauty of a film! The premise seems simple and yet the direction, scripting and performances elevate this restrained movie to the ranks of sublime storytelling. Kelly's demure, reticent & artful portrayal of a Woman living a Life of muted desperation was mesmerizing and painful. While Irrfan's Robert stirred up a yearning vigilance which left me breathless.
When you complete a puzzle, you know that you have made all of the right choices. (by Red-125)
Puzzle 2018 is an American film directed by Marc Turtletaub. It stars Kelly Macdonald as Agnes, a housewife who is quiet, dutiful, but never happy. Her husband, Louie portrayed by David Denman is a macho guy. However--and this is important--he's not a beast, and he loves his wife.The plot revolves around the fact that Agnes is amazingly gifted in putting together jigsaw puzzles. You have to accept this as reality, otherwise the plot won't work. At one point, a clerk in a puzzle store tells her that she should buy a puzzle that she won't mind looking at for days. Agnes stares <more>
at him without comprehensio. She can complete a 1,000 piece puzzle in an hour or two.Irrfan Khan plays Robert, a wealthy man who is obsessed with jigsaw puzzles. Agnes meets Robert, and what happens next is predictable. Here's a dialog between them: Agnes : I don't know why someone like you would find me interesting. Robert : You are modest and strange and beautiful and funny.Robert means it, but no one including Agnes sees herself that way.Kelly Macdonald is a brilliant actor, and her portrayal of Agnes is perfect. Denman and Khan are outstanding as well.This movie will work very well on the small screen. It has a so-so 7.0 IMDb rating. I think it's much better than that.
wow...a six POINT? doesn't speak well of imdb reviewers, to be honest... (by imizrahi2002)
Or maybe you're all just very young... the movie didn't cover ground that hasn't been covered before, granted. but that's true of most movies at this point in our species's history. so it comes down to the way it's told. and this one is told sparingly and, at times, poetically and funny. lots of it is bittersweet. and the ending will probably prove unsatisfying to many. but this, all told, is VERY good storytelling. deceptively simple, but rich in substance. and lots is being said without any dialogue. it's an 'art film'. parts reminding me of a hopper <more>
painting. obviously not for everyone. it's simple. but it's not FOR the simple...
Agnes, the dutiful, competent wife of complacent, auto-shop owner Louie, ministers to the gathering supposedly there to celebrate her birthday. There seems to be very little celebrated...she's made her own cake, lights the candles herself and carries the damn thing into the room so that everyone can sing happy birthday and watch her blow out the candles before returning to their own separate conversations etc. Great not . She doesn't even receive gifts that she wants or are 'age appropriate'. The fact that one is an iPhone is the first indication we have that this is set in <more>
the present day...up to then, it could have been anytime 1930's to 1950's. This is the first puzzle. We do learn later that Agnes lost her mother young and thus has no proper marital role model as the wife and mother. She hardly knows who she is but is compliant, uncomplaining and long suffering. Puzzle sets out to show her blossoming self-awareness. She takes her cues about a potential different future for herself by paying close attention to the smallest details in the interactions she has with new people. A beautiful film marred only by the unrealistic portrayal of puzzle gaming...there is a distinct lack of speed! Nevertheless, a worthwhile treatment of middle age female psychological growth.